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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Stephanie McManus Communications Advocacy Manager 360-956-7279 Local teens face off in premier youth culinary, restaurant management competition LAKEWOOD, WASH. – Future master chefs and
Each year the Washington Hospitality Association Government Affairs Committee endorses candidates who support restaurants and hotels and who will work to keep a thriving business sector in our state. Below is our of current
WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS Background The claimant filed for benefits after being discharged. He was allowed benefits upon a finding that he was fired, but not for misconduct connected with his work.
Hospitality Job Fair Presented by Washington Hospitality Association Education Foundation, Seattle Goodwill & WorkSource ,Seattle-King County Business Services Featuring 100’s of Hospitality and Restaurant jobs! WHERE: Seattle Goodwill 700 Dearborn Place,
Lon Hatamiya, former secretary of the California Technology, Trade and Commerce Agency, will tell Seattle City Councilmembers on June 21 that his study of new restrictive scheduling in San Francisco shows the unintended negative impact on flexible, part-time work and how employers are frustrated by new penalties caused by unforeseen circumstances.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and Councilmember Tim Burgess this week announced a proposal to prevent long-term rental units from being converted to short-term rentals, while still providing residents the ability to earn additional income by renting out their homes.
The WRA/WLA government affairs team has learned that the City of Seattle is starting to send compliance letters to businesses that do not have gender neutral signage on their single-occupancy restrooms. If a business does not comply within 30 days, it faces fines.
Local sourcing of food products, food waste reduction, energy conservation, sustainable seafood, environmental sustainability – you name it, restaurants are going “green” in a major way.
“Although the average consumer does have a role in the life of the movement, Emily maintains that food service providers and restaurants have the power to make the biggest shift in the sustainable food movement”.
“It’s not that Joseph isn’t concerned about the farm-to-table movement, its values, or the people that it affects; it’s just that Joseph already does what he enjoys: growing healthy food. Regardless of the theoretical underpinnings of the farm-to-table movement, of the trending popularity of some of its values, or of the challenges that small farms face, Wobbly Cart Farm will continue to produce quality product”.
Olympia, WA – On Saturday, February 27, 2016, Brenda Marshall of Joel E. Ferris High School, was awarded the 2016 ProStart Educator of Excellence Award by the Washington Restaurant Association